James Raftery wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 10, 1999 at 06:31:07PM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> > We'd nasty problems with it here too. It's worst fault is definitely
> > it's lack of human readable logs/error messages.
> You get used to them, though they can bring on headaches very quickly.
> The qmailanalog package is excellent though, and removes nearly all need
> to look at the actual logs.
I'm slowly learning to match "Starting delivery 123:" with "Delivery
123: Deffered because..." messages, that could be a few hundred lines
down the log. Meep.
> > fetchmail'd mail down locally, it would queue it, and not process it. No
> > idea why. Restarting Qmail (/etc/rc.d/init.d/qmail.init restart) would
> > sort it out though.
> Broken trigger. 'make check' in the qmail source build directory should
> fix it.
Yeah, that was it. Poxy trigger file set to prw-------- instead of
You would think that the software would check that...who keeps the
source around once it's installed ? <grin>
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